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A loop prominence was seen on the SE limb on Aug 20 which developed into a series of tall spikes on Aug 21.
Prominences are-relatively-cold gaseous features, with temperatures around 5,000 degrees Celsius compared to the surrounding the hot solar atmosphere of about 1-2 million degrees.
This category combined the former "Career Achieved National Prominence between World War II and 1975" category (which was voted on annually) and "Career Achieved National Prominence Prior to World War II" sub-category (which was voted on every third year in rotation) into one group.
Prominences like this tend to be local to the Sun, and collapse after a few hours.
To suppress the baseline drift that often occurs in GPC, the Prominence GPC's RID-10A detector locates the optical system inside a double temperature-controlled housing and controls inflowing mobile phase temperature.
Therefore, by their own reasoning, no prominence diminishes sales - and fewer people smoking improves health.
Prominence UFLC is a network-ready, modular system for fast and ultra fast LC and LC/MS, built from components that are more precise and reliable than ever before.
Shimadzu introduced its Prominence Ultra Fast Liquid Chromatograph (UFLC), which it states is up to 10 times faster than a conventional HPLC using a 5-[micro] particle column.
STV claimed the website was not given undue prominence - and was broadcast three weeks prior to the site's launch.
Last November's Democratic victory catapulted party leaders like Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and Rahm Emanuel into prominence.
While inaccessible, this light box gives the shop its necessary prominence within an environment that is a carnival in neon.
The company selected Nashville due to this metro area's growing prominence as one of the nation's most popular locales for business.